Collon Cura Springs

Discover fly fishing in Argentina

Patagonia is known as the trout capital of the world, with good reason. Stunning scenery, crystal clear waters, fantastic fly hatches and rivers teeming with life. Collon Cura Springs offers a fantastic base from which to explore and discover the area.

Access the World’s Best Trout Waters

Collon Cura Springs offers endless access to some of the best trout water found in the world with the Collon Cura river itself being created by the convergence of three world renowned rivers; Malleo, Alumine and the Chimehuin.

This willow lined river offers endless ideal habitat for the trout, which thrive in these fish-rich waters. Rainbow and brown trout are present and usually average between 14-22 inches. Fishing can be done by wading or from a drift-boat, with very easy access to the river.

A Comfortable, Peaceful Setting

Collon Cura Springs accommodates up to 8 guests in 4 double rooms with en suite bathrooms in a separate building from the lounge and dining area.

The lodge is comfortable, peaceful, pleasant and superbly located in beautiful surroundings. Meals are a combination of homemade style dinners complemented with fine Argentine wines.

“Great place to stay. Loved every minute of it. Friendly staff and a great taste of Argentina. Only stayed for 3 nights, which was not enough time to see what was fully on offer. Will return.” B. James – Aberdeen

on the banks of the Collon Cura

Overlooking the scenic Collon Cura river, Collon Cura Springs offers superb angling opportunities combined with comfortable and idyllic surroundings. Strategically placed on the banks of the Collon Cura, the lodge is easily accessed being just a two hour drive from either San Martin or Bariloche.

Wildlife is abound in the meadows and hills surrounding the lodge where red deer, wild boar and guanaco roam free with condors circling overhead and Magellan geese and quail often making an appearance. A perfect place for anglers and non-anglers alike.

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